"I'm with you as far as footnotes. I hate endnotes! Some people say footnotes are distracting, but it's my feeling that they can skip them if they want. For people like me, who like to check the references, endnotes are a real nuisance!
"My personal preference--for short pieces, I like footnotes. For long pieces with lots of notes, I like endnotes because it is really disconcerting to see a page with 10 lines of text and 46 lines of footnotes. Also, if you are using notes for both…"
Thanks for sharing that. Nice to know what the feelings of other groups is in respect to this. I have to admit my personal preference is footnotes, for all the reasons given in the newsletter article. I don't know about…"
"I just received the following from the NEGHS in my newsletter which I thought would be of interest in this discussion. I guess it's all personal preference but I don't think I would like to read a narrative, even though it's a…"
"My friends McDermids are:
Mary b. 1857 Clarence Town, NSW
Jessie b. 1859 Clarence Town, NSW
Flora b. 1861 Clarence Town, NSW
Ewan McDermid b. 1827 Ardnamurchan, Argyle
Janet McPhee, b. 1827
Apparently this is close to the Herbrides.
"I prefer footnotes, since the information is right there, however I understand that most people (who never look at them) don't like them since they seem "unnecessary" and clutter the page.
End notes are numbered the same was as…"
"Hi Michelle, Kate and Bill:
You wrote, "I am writing up my notes into something that I can print out and share."
I create/share "research memorandum” and detailed family group sheets. I’ve also worked with traditional…"
"I personally prefer footnotes, because I like the opportunity to study the sources in the context of narrative story. The real question should be, "What will my audience prefer?" If your audience are expecting a good story and care little…"
BTW ... I don't research the things I log, I just note them in the log.
If later something else suggests the logged item is relevant, my notes are handy and I can easily locate the source.
Don't seem relevant enough for your challenge ... for your research log:
For your research log:
FHL Catalog, conducting Surname search for "Canet"; reviewed the notes for names and place names references. I note what may be variant, Cannette. Some titles had interesting references to placenames that might be relevant if you know more. If your interest runs beyond the research log, you can check WorldCat for availability.
Jerome Lepre, _The Moore-Cannette family of North Biloxi, St. Martin community : a genealogy_ (Biloxi, Mississippi : Mississippi Coast Historical & Genealogical Society, 1983).
Notes: Traces the ancestry of the Moore and Cannette families. Early ancestors include Jean Faillard dit Lalancette (Fayard), a soldier of France in New Orleans during the 1740's; Jean Frederique dit Lafontaine, a drummer in the French military company commanded by Mr. Joachim de Gauvery that left for New Orleans in 1718; Jean Baptiste Baudrau dit Graveline who came to the Gulf coast area of Mississippi from Canada in the late 1690's; and Ramon Canet, who came to New Orlean in 1838 from Ciudadela, Menorca, Spain. Descendants lived in Mississippi, Louisiana and elsewhere."
Seemed far less interesting:
Journal article, Rita White and Virginia Lee White, "Rosa Maria Buitron and Vicente Cane," part of _Antepasados_ v. 2-4 (1977-1981) - v. 4 (1980-1981) [?p. 1-33], including "Appendix A; Genealogy of the Cane/Canet family of California," and "Appemdix B; The Canet Family Cemetery."
FamilySearch database notes for this item, "Vincente Cane was born in the Villa de Belgida, Valencia, Spain, between 1790 and 1793, to Blas Cane and Maximia Forrnsi. On 14 October 1828 Vincente married Rosa Maria Buitron at Mission San Juan Bautista. Rosa was born .... On the 28 March 1859 Rosa Maria Buitron de Cane married John Jacob Simmler ... He was born 18 July 1826 in Mulhausen, Alsace, France to John George and Elizabeth Benner Simmler. Rosa died 13 December 1890 in San Luis Obispo.